prevent udev from remembering eth0 (wicd problem)
I'm using Debian Lenny Live in persistent mode on a USB stick. I'm using wicd
as my network manager. The first computer I use gets eth0 assigned.
The second computer gets eth1 assigned. (ethX are remembered in
This causes me problems with wicd. When I boot the second computer
(which has eth1), wicd thinks it needs to manage eth0. This causes
How can I make Debian *not* remember the interfaces in
70-persistent-net.rules? 75-persistent-net-generator.rules seems like a
starting point, but I'm not brave enough to tinker w/ udev stuff yet...
Alternatively, how can I get wicd to not care which interface it is managing?
Thanks for any advice you can give.